Celebrating Women's History Month

Throughout Women's History Month, join Princeton University Press as we celebrate scholarship about and by women. Check our blog throughout the month for special features. For a 25% discount, enter the promotion code WHM19 during checkout. Offer expires March 31, 2019.

#BalanceForBetter

 

Votes for Women
Keep the Damned Women Out
Making Motherhood Work
Love, Money, and Parenting
Women Don't Ask
An Academic Life: A Memoir

 

#WomensWave #WomanUP

 

Dark Commerce
The Lost History of Liberalism
Why Nationalism
Chaucer
The Beautifull Cassandra
Committed to Memory

 

The Drama of Celebrity
Insect Artifice
The Secular Enlightenment
Gods and Robots
The European Guilds
Eva Palmer Sikelianos

 

Masada
Timefulness
He Runs, She Runs
Below the Surface
Forging the Franchise
At Home in the World

 

On Weaving
The Tale of Genji
Lina Bo Bardi, Drawings
Designing San Francisco
Where Are the Women Architects?
Artemisia Gentileschi

 

The Interrogation Rooms of the Korean War
Worldmaking after Empire
The Mushroom at the End of the World
The Amazons
The Fourth Pig
Writing on the Wall

 

Coming of Age in Medieval Egypt
The Extreme Gone Mainstream
Chasing Innovation
Perfect Me
Creatures of Cain
How to Clone a Mammoth

 

The Story of America
Watch Me Play
Not for Profit
Create Dangerously
Becoming Black Political Subjects
The Miraculous Flying House of Loreto

 

Gillian Wearing and Claude Cahun
Uneasy Street
The Sum of Small Things
Complexities
The Social Meaning of Money
Between Women

 

Women in Western Political Thought
A Class by Herself
Making Silence Speak
Unnatural Selection
Living on Paper
GDP

 

Reputation
The Therapy of Desire
Sex and Secularism
Climate Dynamics
Mathematics for the Life Sciences
The Cosmic Cocktail

 

Introduction to Computational Science
Pursuing Sustainability
Misdemeanorland
Chinese Architecture
A Biologist's Guide to Mathematical Modeling in Ecology and Evolution
Fundamentals of Microbiome Science